27 June 2008 ~ 3 Comments

Washington Gluten Free

Washington is a wonderful place to live gluten free. Here are some of the many opportunities, listed alphabetically by city:

Bothel. Pizza Works. This pizzeria also provides “take and bake” for home use.

Bremerton. Foley’s Pizza.

Everett. Emory’s on Silver Lake. Click here for the gluten free menu. Click on the store name of the store and scroll down the page to find the restaurant’s address.

Everett. Lombardi’s. See the Lombardi’s listing in Seattle for details.

Kent. Haley’s Corner Bakery. From personal experience, I can tell you that their cookies are awesome!

Maple Valley. Sunny Valley Wheat Free Bakery.

Mt. Vernon. Trumpeter Swan Pub House.  This info was e-mailed to me by one of our site’s visitors on 8/2/08. Apparently, the restaurant does not have a website. According to my source, the restaurant serves one gluten free entree each evening as well as providing gluten free beer and desserts.

Redmond. Savory Moments: Chef Prepared Meals available for home delivery.

Richland. Giggle Gluten Free Custom Bakery and Deli.

Seattle. Romio’s Pizza. The site states that gluten free crusts are available. Double check to make sure that the topping you order are also appropriate.

Seattle. Thrive. The address is in the green box on the right side of the page. Scroll down to read the gluten free information. This information is not spelled out in detail.

Seattle. Chaco Canyon Café. Some of the rice and quinoa bowls are gluten free. So are some of the salads and most of the raw food items. Click on the restaurant name to find the location.

Seattle. “Espresso Elegance is located at 122 Elliott Avenue West. We are currently offering GF cookies and cakes….swing on in and enjoy a piece of German Chocolate Cake and GF Soy Latte!”

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Seattle. Flying Apron Bakery. Click here for the gluten free menu or click here for the schedule and location of Farmer’s Markets that The Flying Apron serves. Click on the bakery’s name to learn its location.

Seattle. Lombardi’s. Click on the restaurant name to learn about the three locations in the Seattle area. Click here for the gluten free menu.


Seattle. Ten Mercer. Click here for the gluten free menu. The address is on the menu page.

Seattle. DaVinci’s Café and Bakery. This establishment is best known by its web address “Wheatless in Seattle”. UPDATE 8/1/09 Unfortunately, this web link no longer works and I was unable to find a better connection. Hopefully, this fine cafe is still functioning. Please e-mail me if you have any information.


Seattle. Buckley’s On Queen Anne. Our site recently received this comment: “…casrries Bard’s Tale GF beer…and they try their best to be accomodating to GF Eating, i.e: burgers w/out buns are nicely presented, they have multiple hearty salads on the menu. They even let me bring in my own GF birthday cake at my party.”

Spokane. The Down River Grill. Click here for the gluten free menu or click on the restaurant name to get the address. You will need to scroll down the menu page to see the gluten free menu.

Tacoma. Woody’s On the Water. Click here for the gluten free menu or click the restaurant name to get the address.

Tacoma. Marlene’s Market and Deli. A source of gluten free food.

Tumwater. G.F. Joe’s. A grocery store “where gluten free is our specialty”.

Both Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods provide gluten free grocery products at various locations in Washington. If you are in Vancouver, Washington, check out Lingonberries Market which has a great selection of products targeted at almost all food sensitivities. PCC Natural Markets operates also has a great selection and operates stores in nine locations in the Seattle area.


If you are in Vancouver, keep in mind that Portland, Oregon, is just across the Columbia river. Much of what I wrote in my article on Oregon may be helpful to you.

Both the Celiac Sprue Association and the Gluten Intolerance Group are very active in Washington. Click on the name of one or both groups to find a local support group.

Many of America’s most celiac-friendly restaurant chains are active in Washington. Click here to find what is available at Bonefish Grill, Carino’s Italian Grill, Chili’s Grill and Bar, Claim Jumper, Old Spaghetti Factory, Outback Steakhouse, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Wingers, Yard House, or Z’Tjas.

Information added 08/01/09

3 Responses to “Washington Gluten Free”

  1. Nora 22 July 2008 at 7:23 pm Permalink

    Since I had to spend an entire day in the Federal Way area last week, I decided to try Woody’s on the Water since their online gluten-free lunch menu seemed extensive. Unfortunately, the menu we were offered after being seated for lunch had almost nothing in common with the online menu: it consisted primarily of pasta, fish-and-chips, burgers and sandwiches. The Main Sail Specialties were not present on the menu and not available. The Starters were only available in the bar and were normally served with baguettes: ‘gluten-free’ consisted of leaving off the baguettes. A couple of the salads were the same as the online menu but some were served with crustini.
    The server did not seem to have the least clue that there was such a thing as a Woody’s gluten-free menu. We left and ate at Matador instead which worked out fine for me.

  2. Spokane Event Center 16 May 2010 at 11:00 am Permalink

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